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Biostatistics Workshop Series 2017


CCTSI

Each workshop in the series will focus on an important subfield of modern biostatistics, and will emphasize practical application of the methods discussed. The student should possess some knowledge of more general statistical methods and have experience with elementary statistical computing.

  • May 15: The "Why, What, and How" of Bayesian Approaches in the Analysis of Biomedical Data
    Nichole Carlson, PhD (Presentation Slides)
  • June 19: Methods for Causal Modeling
    Debashis Ghosh, PhD (Presentation Slides)
  • July 17: Regression Models for Spatially Referenced Data
    John Hughes, PhD
  • August 21: Incorporating a Microbiome Aim: What You Should Know for a Successful Proposal
    Miranda Kroehl, PhD
  • September 18: Considerations for your Metabolomics Experiments
    Dominik Reinhold, PhD
  • October 16: Latent Variable Modeling: Applications to Structural Equation Modeling and Latent Class Analysis
    Sarah Schmiege, PhD

Time:  2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location:  Building 500, 8th Floor, Bushnell Auditorium, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

If you have questions, contact John Hughes at j.hughes@ucdenver.edu.

Sponsored by the Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design (BERD) core of the CCTSI.

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